While the World Bank has helped countries like Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan with developing disaster risk financing strategies and catastrophe insurance pools, climate change knows no borders and disaster costs can overwhelm a country.
Tajikistan’s southern Khatlon region, bordering Afghanistan, is the country’s populated and poorest region. It is home to two major rivers, the Panj and Vakhsh, and their multiple tributaries, making the region vulnerable to seasonal floods and mudflows.
This publication examines risks from flooding and earthquakes in the Central Asia Regional Economic Cooperation (CAREC) region. It assesses the protection gap and identifies ways of strengthening financing.
The declaration was adopted at the first Central Asia and South Caucasus (CASC) Regional Platform, held in July 2016 in Tajikistan. Countries expressed commitment to, in collaboration with national and local authorities, private sector, international and
United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction - Sub-Regional Office for Central Asia
Taking into account the lessons learned from the risk management strategy from 2010-2015, this policy seeks to decrease existing risks and prevent new ones in order to build Tajikistan's risk management capacity. To fulfill this goal, the policy outlines
Taking into account the need to systematically reduce the impact of disasters on the Republic of Tajikistan, as well as realizing that disaster risk reduction (DRR) is a multilateral and complex issue constraining the country's sustainable development
The preparation of this National Progress Report has been undertaken within the framework of the biennial 2009-11 HFA Monitoring and Progress Review process, facilitated by UNISDR and ISDR System partners.
Ministry of Emergency Situations and Civil Defense